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Why Christian Morals Need to be Rejected

by David Mendes

Christian morals are sophism and hypocrisy. It is no coincidence that so many tyrants have used Christianity for evil purposes. As Jesus said: 'You will recognize them by their fruits'. Matthew 7:15 -20.

Analyzing the texts and practice of Christianity, we can see that theirs is a morality meant to cause guilt and submission to the righteous so as to leave them at the mercy of the powerful. Everything is set in impracticable terms, leaving the good ones frustrated, while the sophisticated lot rule and exploit.

Do not resist him that is wicked; but whoever slaps you on your right cheek, turn the other also to him. If a man wants to sue you for your shirt, let him have your coat as well. If a man in authority makes you go one mile, go with him two.

Give when you are asked to give; and do not turn your back on a man who wants to borrow. When a man takes what is yours, do not demand it back. Matthew 5:38-42 Luke 6:27-30.

Have you ever seen greater hypocrisy than this? Who are the Christians who bind by these rules? Jesus did condemn richness, thereby inhibiting economic initiative to his followers; however their churches became controlled by the wealthy.

'Do not store for yourselves treasures on earth. Do not be anxious about tomorrow'. Matthew 6:19.34 'No one has left house or fields for my sake who will not get a hundredfold now in this period of time.'

'Sell your possessions and give to the poor. It is easier for a camel to pass through the eye of a needle, than for a rich man to enter the Kingdom of God.' Those who heard this said: 'Then who can be saved? 'He replied: 'For man this is impossible, but everything is possible for God'. Matthew 19:16-24 Mark10:23-31 Luke 12:33; 18:18-30.

Thus the Christians of Judea soon found themselves impoverished and Paul had to beg for them all over the Mediterranean (Romans 15:26; 1Corinthians 16:1-4; 2Cor. 8:1-9:15).

Christianity promoted political oppression, which was their goal from the very start: Every person must submit to the supreme authorities. There is no authority but by act of God.

Therefore he who opposes authority has taken a stand against the arrangement of God. Romans 13:1-7. A woman must be a learner, listening quietly and with due submission. For Adam was created first, and Eve afterwards, and it was the woman who fell into sin. 1 Timothy 2:11-14 (1Corinthians 14:34,35 Ephesians 5:22-33).

At that time there were slave rebellions and voices against slavery, however neither Jesus nor the Christians leaders took such a position, as for them slavery and punishment were quite natural: 'Servants, accept the authority of your masters with all due submission, not only when they are kind and considerate, but even when they are perverse'. 1 Peter 2:18 (Ephesians 6:5; 1 Corinthians 7:20,21 Colossians 3:22; 1Timothy 6:1,2 Titus 2:9.10). 'The servant who knew his master's wishes, yet made no attempt to carry them out, will be flogged severely.' Luke 12:47,48.

Christianity's morals are ascetics and suffering. Behind a benign appearance all Christians are neurotic perverts who enjoy suffering and making others suffer: 'For it is a fine thing if a man endures the pain of undeserved suffering'. 1 Peter 2:19.

In that they followed Jesus, who was obsessed by death and indeed prepared his own death. 'He who hates himself in this world will be kept safe for eternal life'. John 12:23-33.

The doctrine that Jesus paid for mankind's sins is immoral because it glosses over the faults and leads to more sin. Contrarily the Old Testament says: It is the soul that sins, and no other, that shall die.

The righteous man shall reap the fruit of his own righteousness, and the wicked man the fruit of his own wickedness. Ezekiel 18:19-23 (Deuteronomy 24:16; 13:1-6 Exodus 32:31-33 Jeremiah. 31:29, 30).

All this is the reason why Christians persecuted the Jews, because they defended morality. But Christians hid the Ten Commandments and distorted morality until complete reversion.

Good deeds were replaced by faith in Jesus' and charity disguised social oppression. 'No man is ever justified by doing what the law demands, but by faith in Christ Jesus'. Galatians 2:16:3:25.

While the Old Testament cherishes eroticism between spouses, the New Testament made sex a dirty thing and replaced it by war. Clerics are thus mostly sexual misfits but who oppose contraception, abortion, sexual education and co-education of young people.

Obscurantism joins mystifying philosophy in degrading morality. Idealism and dualism (matter-spirit and body-soul) are cultivated as if all depended on the spirit and people did not have a corporeal part.

There from the great snare is heaven: everything is done for a supposed afterlife instead of the real world. God's Kingdom was changed from a society of justice into just a feeling.

The myths of fatalism and Devil were created, the doctrine of original sin proclaims man as depraved and impotent, all to demoralize people and against the hope of a happy life on earth. False beliefs promoted ignorance and misery.

To Christianity may well be applied the prophecies of revelation: 'On the wine of the great whore's fornication, men all over the world have made themselves drunk'. Revelation 17:2.

This is the reason many have rejected Christianity and, because of the prejudice against Judaism, the world is deprived of guidance.


Note Mr. Mendes and Mr. Sacks don't necessarily express my view. Lewis Loflin.

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